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To help states further adoption and use of health information technology (HIT) and electronic health information exchange (HIE), the State Alliance for e-Health outlines in this first annual report six recommendations for state action.
Added: March 02, 2010 at 08:33 am | Adobe PDF | Privacy and securityPopulation healthHIT
The authors discuss how the Internet is increasingly able to offer a viable medium for health behavior intervention, and the challenges and opportunities inherent in conducting online interventions and research.
Added: March 02, 2010 at 01:52 pm | Adobe PDF | eHealth and technologyPopulation health
The use of the Internet to deliver Web-based interventions to patients is increasing rapidly. This meta-analysis looks at the use and effectiveness of Web-based interventions to encourage an individual\'s change in behavior compared to non-Web-based int
Added: March 02, 2010 at 02:05 pm | Adobe PDF | eHealth and technologyPopulation health
The authors contend that E-health communication -- health promotion efforts that are mediated by computers and other digital technologies -- may have great potential to promote desired behavior changes through unique features such as mass customization, i
Added: March 03, 2010 at 01:25 pm | Link | Population healtheHealth and technology
This article reviews emerging technologies for population health. If appropriately applied, population health technologies may greatly enhance existing health intervention models. However, potential adverse consequences could arise.
Added: March 03, 2010 at 01:27 pm | Link | Population healtheHealth and technology
One of the key functions of the NHQR is to track the Nation’s progress in providing safe health care. This evaluation shows that from 2000 to 2005, the rate of improvement in health care quality has been slowing. Variation has decreased but progress is
Added: March 04, 2010 at 08:24 am | Adobe PDF | Population healthQuality measures and reporting
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